Recipes for Success

A Celebration of Food Security Work in Canada

Edited by Anna Maria Kirbyson  

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Recipes for Success is a review and celebration of the unfolding story of the food security movement in Canada. Food banks and the growth in food security initiatives are a community-based response to a growing food crisis in our country. This book is a place to take stock of the breadth and depth of food security activity in Canada and to recognize the role we all play in responding to social needs.

  • Activism & Social Movements, Food
  • Co-published with Co-published with Social Planning Council of Winnipeg
  • ISBN: 9781895752526
  • January 2005
  • 130 Pages
  • $17.95
  • For sale worldwide

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  • Foreword (Dr. Cathy Campbell)
  • Introduction (Anna Maria Kirbyson)
  • Section One:  Social Justice and Hunger Alleviation
  • Section Two:  Sustainable Food Systems
  • Section Three:  Safe and Healthy Food System


  • Anna Maria Kirbyson

    Anna Kirbyson is Project Coordinator for the Winnipeg Food Project - an initiative of the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg working to identify and implement food security strategies. Previous to the Food Project, she was Project Director for AgraRoots, a communications and marketing network for small-scale food producers and processors in British Columbia. She has a broad range of experience in community and economic development.

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